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Delete file in association with Image Resizer folders

Thread began 10/28/2010 8:54 am by John Langer | Last modified 10/29/2010 10:48 am by John Langer | 883 views | 2 replies

John LangerBeta Tester

Delete file in association with Image Resizer folders

I've successfully used the "delete File" part of this for sometime now from within the DataAssist Delete record behaviour. When deleting a record also delete the image that was associated with it. Great.

I'm just working on something that is also using "Image Resizer" to create thumbnails. Is it possible to use the "Delete File" behaviour in DFP to delete the image that's now stored in the "Image Resizer" folder(s) as well? It would also need the folders deleted as they are named after the image. I have tried to do it but it becomes very complicated (to my abilities anyway) and I've therefore been unsuccessful.

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